Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Sgt. Diane Hecht told The Associated Press Tuesday that deputies went to Britney Spears’ home to collect information for the county Department of Family and Children Services after the singer was photographed driving with baby son Sean Preston in her lap. A DCFS spokesman declined to offer specifics about the incident. “We don’t say who, what or if we’re investigating,” department spokesman Stu Riskin said. The sheriff’s department won’t pursue any charges, Deputy Luis Castro said. “Unless a deputy saw the violation, there’s nothing we can do,” he said. “We don’t even know if this took place in our jurisdiction.”
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